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Meet the Bleacher Creatures: The Ultimate New York Yankees Fans!

Meet the Bleacher Creatures: The Ultimate New York Yankees Fans!

Posted Jul 1, 2019

The Bleacher Creatures are a group of New York Yankees fans who are known for exhibiting strict, undying allegiance to the team and a merciless attitude toward any and all opposing fans who follow other Major League Baseball teams. The founding of the Bleacher Creatures is credited to Ali Ramirez, who was a fixture in the stands at Yankee Stadium during the early 1980’s and 1990’s, when he could be seen ringing a cow bell to inspire other Yankee fans to cheer on the team.

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Pop International Galleries Features Eclectic Works of Art in NYC

Pop International Galleries Features Eclectic Works of Art in NYC

Posted Jun 7, 2019

Founded in 1997 by Jeff Jaffe, Pop International Galleries - aka “The Pop Gallery” - is an exciting art gallery on The Bowery at the junction of Spring Street in New York City. Pop International specializes in Pop Art, Urban Art and art and photography that is derived from, or influenced by, popular culture.

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Carnegie Hall Tours: History Comes to Life

Carnegie Hall Tours: History Comes to Life

Updated Mar 21, 2019

by Sasha Dimitrijevic

The tale of Carnegie Hall begins similar to many famous landmarks – groundbreaking, insane, a bad idea, and a love story. It is also a great story and I recently learned the inside scoop by attending a guided tour of Carnegie Hall. Our guide knew every imaginable (and some not) detail about the Hall and its history and was extremely excited to share the whole story!

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Tour Bob Dylan's New York Through Songs, Video and Stories

Tour Bob Dylan's New York Through Songs, Video and Stories

Updated Jan 23, 2019

As Bob Dylan turned 75 in 2017, Gothamist took a moment to explore the music icon's love affair with New York City through videos, songs and stories. As the place Dylan headed to in search of his calling the Big Apple helped shape the rest of his life and exposed him to the musicians, personalities, artists and culture that would forever influence his work.

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The Rink at Rockefeller Center

The Rink at Rockefeller Center

Updated Jan 12, 2019

Open each holiday season, The Rink at Rockefeller Centeris a wintertime tradition and “must-do” activity in New York City for locals and visitors of all ages. As one of New York City’s most celebrated attractions, the rink is located on 5th Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, just a few steps from Times Square and the Theater District.

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New York Interesting Facts: Famous New Yorkers

New York Interesting Facts: Famous New Yorkers

Updated Nov 4, 2018

With so many famous people actually living in the Big Apple at any given moment, it's hard to tell who is from New York and who isn't. Here is a fairly comprehensive list of famous people either born in or who are from New York in some way.

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Yankee Stadium Tour Review: Exploring an Iconic NYC Landmark

Yankee Stadium Tour Review: Exploring an Iconic NYC Landmark

Updated Nov 4, 2018

The iconic Yankee stadium represents a perfect example of eternal memorabilia. It is not only a great keeper of coveted memories associated with America’s favorite pastime; it also stands for history, loyalty and commitment.

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Tour the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island with Statue Cruises!

Updated Aug 17, 2018

Text, Video & Images By Rachel Gottheil

The Statue of Liberty National Monument is one of the most iconic and symbolic monuments in the world. Lady Liberty stood as one of the first sights new immigrants from the east saw of their new home, as they passed through New York harbor on their way to Ellis Island.

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Exploring the Eclectic Williamsburg Neighborhood of Brooklyn in NYC

Updated Jul 26, 2018

By: Nichol Chery

Williamsburg is an exciting and eclectic neighborhood located in Brooklyn just across the East River from Manhattan. This neighborhood is currently one of the most exciting and talked-about places in all five of New York City’s boroughs. It is accessible via the L train along 14th Street or a very scenic walk across the Williamsburg bridge.

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